The Mobile Communications Platform (MCP-1) was made possible by donations from local businesses, non-profit organizations, CARC club members and individuals, and a lot of good hard labor!
It will be used in emergency and non-emergency events, such as severe weather, drills, communications support, bike rides, walks, parades, etc.
The Chattanooga Track Club is a nonprofit 501(c)(3)Organization dedicated to stimulating interest in running and fitness for all ages and to promoting wellness through these activities. For the full story follow the link. www.chattanoogatrackclub.org
Pictured are Stacey Malecky and Charles Webb of the Chattanooga Track Club, Presenting a check for $4,000 to Jeff Martin, President of CARC, Robert Berman, Secretary of CARC and Ben Timmerman, CARC Board Member.
Wild Trails a local Chattanooga organization dedicated to trail running http://www.wildtrails.org/about.html is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission to promote the use, expansion and protection of trails in greater Chattanooga. For the full story follow the link.
Pictured are Randy Wharton (center), Director of Wild Trails, presenting a check for $2,000 to Jeff Martin (left), President of CARC, and Robert Berman (right), Secretary of CARC and Funding Chairman for the Mobile Communications Platform.
7/29/2014 – CARC Board Chairman Tom Wolfe and Secretary Robert Berman receive a second $2000.00 grant from Wild Trails in support of the continuing MCP project.
Click here to read the letter from Tony Reavley, Director of Hamilton County Emergency Services.